Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by queenannie38
The Russian missile launch was before dawn, from the White Sea.
The White Sea is southeast of Tromso.
The spiral was observed before dawn in the east southeast.
yes, i know
i already looked into that
but thank you, anyway
increases the likelihood, certainly
Does that increase the likelihood that the spiral was in fact produced by the missile?
however it just doesn't convince me...
...beyond the shadow of a doubt...
...simply because of the perfection
of the spiral over Norway
many others seem to feel the same way, too
i have watched other failed missile spirals, in looking into this, and none of them even approach the precision of the spiral seen on the 9th.
i didn't see any with any sort of blue lights, but that's not to say it doesn't happen - however, in reading other posts on other threads, i
gathered that blue isn't the color expected with the type of fuel used.
How about this:
no, i read all of that right at the beginning - which, for me, was around 4am MST on that same morning.
i just am not convinced, yet
i'm open to anything but not just for the sake of easy explanation
if this were so common and almost expected, then why has it never happened before in such a way to create the initial sensational reaction?
and if it is indeed the result of a failed missile launch, then it will be repeated at some point in the future, since it seems to so far be
unprecedented (as far as the perfection of the spiral, as i said above)
in this day and age, cameras are everywhere yet nothing like this has ever been captured, or at least shown to the public, before.